Rrestrictions on int’l flights prolonged to October 31

  • Georgia does not carry out international flights amid coronavirus-related restrictions, however Paris, Riga and Munich will be exceptions. Photo: Nino Alavidze/Agenda.ge

Agenda.ge, 12 Sep 2020 - 12:11, Tbilisi,Georgia

Coronavirus-related restrictions on regular international flights have been prolonged in Georgia until October 31, the Georgian Civil Aviation Agency has announced.

All international scheduled flights to/from Georgia are restricted”, the announcement reads.

It further noted that no restrictions apply to flights carried out between the airports of Tbilisi, Munich, Paris and Riga, as well as cargo, governmental, ambulance and emergency flights.

Georgia shut down air traffic on March 21 in order to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

However, the government has evacuated over 10,000 Georgian citizens from abroad amid the coronavirus pandemic. 

Meanwhile, around 20,000 others were provided with accommodation, food, basic needs, medicines, financial help, online medical consultations and support to receive medical services abroad.

Check the list of Georgian laboratories offering to make a test to diagnose COVID-19